7 Things: Rudy Giuliani keeps making things worse, Alabama school system wants weapons stashes to fight shooters, and Gov. Ivey supports a teacher sent home for a “just pray” shirt, and more …
— After dropping a bombshell on “Hannity” Wednesday night, Giuliani told ABC News that the chance Trump is subpoenaed is 50/50.
— Giuliani also told NBC news Trump was shocked when he was told about the payment to Stormy Daniels, saying when the president found out he said, “Oh my goodness, I guess that’s what it was for.”
2. Autuga County School wants non-lethal weapon stashes at schools
— The superintendent says the stashes would enhance security in case of a shooter, they include items such as pepper spray or Flexi-Cuffs. and they notify the police when they are opened.
— Limestone County currently has a a similar program in place and a school system in Pennsylvania has suggested rocks in the corner. All these things are worthless in the case of a mass shooting.
3. As predicted, Gov. Kay Ivey is being hounded about her medical records
— Last week, Sen. Bill Hightower opened the door for talk about medical records by releasing his for absolutely no reason.
— Ivey did not say if she will release her records, but did point out that Sen. Hightower has run for office 3 times and never once released his records before.
— A public-school teacher was told to change/cover her shirt that said “just pray” or go home; she choose to go home.
— The Governor of Alabama has weighed in on this “controversy” saying, “The right to express one’s religious beliefs, including prayer which was often invoked by George Washington himself, is not lost when one enters the schoolhouse door. I am committed to protecting religious freedom for everyone, including our teachers and school children.”
— Earlier this week, disgraced Republican Senate loser Roy Moore announced he was suing his accusers and others, he also made a vague comment that seemed to squash the media’s hopes of running for office in the future.
— Reporters had to make sure the hope for a Roy Moore candidacy down the line is possibly still alive, hounding him for a clarification he would give, saying he might run “if the opportunity arises”.
6. Speaker Paul Ryan is being clear about what happens if Republicans lose the House; maybe Trump should take note
— While Ryan has already decided he is not running for re-election, he keeps trying to sound the alarm that the end of the GOP control will usher in a era of investigation and gridlock.
— In spite of the momentum on the Democrat side, Ryan says the party’s data shows the GOP would hold the House if the election were now.
— As Trump was participating in a National Day of Prayer service, a reporter shouted, “Why are you changing your story on Stormy Daniels?”
— A recent poll found white evangelical support for Trump at 75 percent and holding a favorable view President Trump – the highest yet.